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111 ALE R IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
5 & 187 ComnrercialAvcnuo
COAL! COAL! COAL I
J QUOIN AND MOl'NT 0ARI10N
ommcrcial-av., Foot of Elevcnth-st.
tl Coil carefully weighed At the yard on Fair t
FULL WEMIIT WARRANTED.
otl delivered on the stiorUsl notice in in
t ol Hie d.y, either by Hie half ton, too or car
eave order t Ihe offlco on Commerclal-ay. t
foot of Eleventh street. novlGd-Cm.
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CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
OEIILER & BROTHER
Hive reopened Ihe
ropi'i.Aii jii:at HARUirr,
COM M EKCI A K-A V,4
ilwfn Xllith and TrntR NlrrrK
will kern ennalmilvon hand the l-t mi-it
iguiereu in in L.mro mai
itlon. Hive Hutu n trial
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it Cairo market. They detyeoin.
Irlirr anil Denier In all lilnil I'rcih
C.ut.S'ntrrntH tun IVi-na Htlht.
CAIll ), ILLINOIS.
UVdtqil l.MIlitcr onljf tlin vtrjr l,rt cattlr,
lion Mil Kliecp, ami u .rtpirt-J lu fill anjr
laod for frti m4ti from une pounil to W
STITCH E ZR,
tv ctuti is
ihtii Strkkt, Uetwke.v Washi.votos
AND COMMERCIAL AVE.NUKK,
(llolnlnc Illltruliotiop A llnnuy'H.
P llio N't of lleef, l'ork, Mutton, Wal
nb, SuaRo,tc., anil are preparnl to n-rro
teat in thi tnort u'crptablo mannt-r. n39
CARL L. THOMAS,
nowprepaieil to rmponJ promptly to nil dr
manilt,n tiu mvleen,
(Ol'-COK. 8ril-ST. AND COMHEUCAL-AV
In I ho I'rrry lloimc,
IE TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO.,
MollcllH all klmlnol riilti.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
)EALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
'oiniuerclal Avoainr, uiinNlte Klllo
ipu xaiiyiuoru n
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Itadjr-Made,
1m received full and comnlcto stock of good,
be newest ami completes! in the city. An Ini
nenso varity ol
RIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
ihe otTera great Inducemtti) to her patrons and
til others to call on her.examln the prices, styles
ma quality other goodsi
RILLIARD SALOON; Att'AR
.iM'at.urnnii .11 baitpirn: UlirnrSJUSI
BILI.IAHH mut-n fiirnl-hH w
duW'; km) Urv-iir.pl, fiTiwii
NOTIONS, HOOTS AND 'SIIOES,
hats a'nBai, etc.,
Hbi Jul rr-celTI tJAry ptooi.of Hool an J
Urn aUo haa a fi rtook of Kurnlljr (Jrccrrio otj
("UNKIt 5CTIUS'fT AND COMMEH
, .''c'AIKO, ILLINOIS .
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irfj tenth ktuket,
OA I HO,
Doom, Knnlt, Ullntla. Monltllnco,
IiT:nllrr,(noo4l) Wlmloirnml looj
t'rnmrn, Floorliifr, I.atli,
NhliiKlro, (ilnznl Nunli, Olnicl Nltle
Mchtw, ;imvl Trimooin,
Nah Hluli(. Nnli I'ullir nnd CorU(
III I ml t'uNlrtiliiKN, Itoolliit
I'cll, KooIIiik Omtnl, 1'laolrrlni;
I'iiIxt, Cnrirt Tell, Wtillc
I.ra4l, I.IiioimI Oil, Amrrlrnn Window
iIiso, r.ncllxli nml I'rcnch
IMnle tiluoH, illy, CInzlrrN l'olnla,
Kr i r l'lioi I'ntonl i'liiiniiryi,
AUF.NT.S tor Itook n,i Taper Companjr'a
Slicathinu Kelt and tjuarla LVmont.
It. V. John'it Improve.) Koollntf alwajri on
IIIMITN AMI MUIi:S.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKE!!,
ItttHpen Wasliinston Avenue im.l l'oplar Street,
t)la nml fLline Jlmli to Orler.
' Fine Werktnen Kmp'")eil,
CITY SHOE STOKE
HOOP SIvIRT FACTORY
anir. aarxcY ron
110 0 T S A N D S II 0 E S
oinmcrcliil A vvniie, t'oruvr of I'.llilli
PAIITICULAU ATTENTION VAIU TO ALL 0U
UERH FOIt UOOrXKIKTrt AND SHOES.
MOORE & MATHEWS,
House, Sign nnd Ornamental
Done lu tin' hlchekt Jtj le ol tho ait, nml
rates that dely competition.
sitor in I'kiiuv house, corner ok 8th
STREET AND CMMKRCIAL AVENUE,
Dealer In nil kinds ol
STAPLE AND FANCY
I'nrmer's Yuril nnd NinblliiR
without cu Altai:.
Cor, Washiugtou-av' and Twcntiotli-st
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DOOIIH, SAMI, ETCl
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OBTAIN A.W LEASE
3J1IALL Xli-fttJKltENDEirTO WIN
mihe'JHUr of the Chicago Timet :
A n 'jiQjno.crntoL tlio old icliool nnu ol
lioitrjctOt cet; I venture, with your pop
mlinn1o prrsont through tlie'coltimnscf
you' .jrilidly-oirculiitlnf nndscnllyhtonrxl
pub jp Jmirnal, n fcyv tuggRStions for tlio
lapSTocrntie ' iricndt. I ilcifro to rcflion
'-jltUjtJicfl In tin) fiilrlt of truth nnd bcr.
J"tlr)'oti n grnvo multer ol pcrsonul duty
lafijsfnitiUIy mid freely, yet reipcctfully.
ptfUflfjt; minor to convince tlmn to ollund
Vofflury opiiiion. Scnsonnblu and court-
'toutyiK-ussioM employed to tliii end will,
non'm' t, in it ouylit to be, rccoivo a fair
'nnu Unprejudiced hearini,'. In IhU faith,
I pr'nee d to the tusk I Imve undortnken,
vi.i-l'irst, to expose whnt I bellevo to bo
liftrt fill tinlitlpnt rlolimlnfi Knntiil tn In.
culL-lit" v. hut I deem tobon snvirii' no littenY
3 I ---
The hi -lory of tho country, lu u certain
lcn4, mtiv be reduced to thref principal
n(.trj 1. Tho revolution ; 'J. The action
of tile democratic party ; 3. Tho nction of
thO 'republican party. Tho revolution, In
Itself, was simply political, eventuating In
the nstlontil independence, and tho consti
tution. of the Ignited States embodying the
federal Jpnn of government. This" form of
government was founded upon pro-oxtsting
!ttttcs rctHiniug their municipal inst'tu
tlnnl slavery and property was one of
them. Tlii limitation Win one of the polit
lel'liecesiitlesof tho tituo Without it. nj
nti existing fact understood, tlio revolution
rould not hnvo been cllectcd. "Without
it, as n fact to bo heeded, tho constitu-.
tpiu 'ould not have been framed. With
out it, the net of nationality, itself, would
Imvu been cancelled as soon as accomplish-'
cd. Indeed, in the circumstances, it, was
itidispcnsablo and unavoidable.
Vrhc democratic party, hot n of the revolu
tiontnrv jpirit, found itself bound by this
limitation, and as tho party of strict con
struction, obeyed its authority in common '
with that of tile whole constitution. They
could not hnvo done otherwise, nnd yet
have been faithful to their Inspirations and
sense of duty. Hence, the political pro
gramme marked out by them for execu
tion was exclusive; of any interference
with tho local institution of slavery. They
left that, n 11 pre-existing fact, to tho
operation of opinion and circumstances,
bulieving, as did nil tho great men of the
day, that in tho ripeness of timo it would
gradually and peacefully pass away. In
all other rcipccf, they guve themselves
up, in the molt liberal spirit, to tho work
of reform, Innovation nnd rc-organlzation.
They became tho party of progress, and
combining nnd directing their ctlbrts to
that end, developed nnd utilized tho fruits
of the revolution to tho fullest extent com
patible with tho fundamental law. This
was tholr voluntary mission. Tho proofs
of its fulfillment I shall now proceed very
briefly to detnil. They placed a curb up
on the encroachments of power, as cstcnlial
to liberty and tho equilibrium of the fed
oral system, by giving authority to tho
rule of strict construction. Avowing tho
right of self-expatriation, it stripped tho
president of an arbitrary and dangerous
censorship over tlio motives nnd conduct
of Immigrants 'from foreign lands, by re
pealing tho alien law, nnd extended to
foreigners tho rights of American citizen
ship upon just nnd liboral terms. It wit
ncrscd its devotion to thu freedom of speech
and of tholpress, by repealing tho sedition
law. It opposed monopolies, und put an
end to tho arrogance, corruptions, una ox
Utonco of tho United States bank. It re
claimed tho public revomioi from tho cus
tody of irresponsible private corporations,
and committed them to tho safe keoptng
of sworn nnu rcsponsiulo oineers ot law.
It restored gold nnd silver to its just pro
eminence, as tin immemorial und universal
fct.mdardof vnluu. It husbanded tho pub
lic tronsurv !v putting an end to tho
schomo of dissipating it as largesses among
tho stntes. It anticipated, successfully, tho
nolicv of reducing tho prico and granting
tho public lands, as homesteads, to settlers.
it niano the nrsi great step toworu ino
realization of tho doctrino of free trado by
initating tho restriction of Imports to tho
legitimato ends of revenue nnd wants of
govomment. And last, but not least, it
encourages tho extonslon of tho elective
franchise in tho states. In tho meantime,
It proved itself as great and courageous in
war, ns wise and etllcient In peace. Thus,
it punished and repressed thu piracies of
the Algerines upon our commerce, in a
diitant son. It counseled the second war
of cur independence iigntnst Great Britain,
and unaweil uy tlio nans, uravoiy, neroic
nllv contributed to crown it with success.
It demnnded nnd obtained from tho king
of tho French tho Inn j; delayed indemnity
for spoliations, upon our commerce, it
nerved tho arm that carried our (implor
ing banner to tho dUtant halls of tho Mon
tezumns, and at tho same timo our public
finances wcro never better sustained j and
n though its cnorgios wero exhnustless, it
milled to all tins tne acquisition oi ino pro
vince of Louisiana und Florida nnd tho
annexation of Texas, extending tho bound
aries of tho union to tho natural limits of
sea and river. Teeming, noblo record,
compressed within thu brief spaco of soma
liall a century ; uiimi wormy nnu com
memorative of tho ".tntorrilioil," "tho lion
lioartom democracy," and of tho gonitis and
statesmanship of their Illustrious and intre
pid leader i lor in loose unys great men
thronged tho councils of tho nation. Jef
ferson, tho father of tho democratic purty,
thought and planned for It ; Olay thunder
ed his eloquonco und Invective In support
nnd ueienso ot itj daemon uautmoisiy
strove nnd wrestled for It ; Folic faithful,
lv rofloctcd and nhoved its impulses ; und
lienton, ns Its avenging spirit, liungniorci
Iossly upon the Hanks of its onomlos, nol
ther giving nor nsking quarter. Truly,
. . Y ... I .
tuoso days tuo conuicts oi stutesinen
wore tho conflicts of giants : not for tho
tinsol of plnco nor tho spoils of oilier, but
for tho meed of noblo prc-emlnonco. Tho
ago took its character from theso mon, nnd,
with their oxit, it closed in tho full fruition
of tho first doniocratlu programme,
"l'uusing to rolled for a moment upon
this programme, it will bo icon that, so far
m it was simply domestic nnd administra
tive in its character, it was based upon
and limited by tho constitution, having
for tho particular object tho promotion of
tho social and political well being of the
wnltomnn. It assumed that the govern
oairq; Illinois, Sunday, November
ment belonged to whlto men, and wits to
bo administered In their interests. In
practice, it insured to tho benefit of whlto
mon as n privileged and dominant class.
Still, it was otnlnently successful, and con
ductod tho country "with unprecedented
rapidly to n climax of prosperity and pow
cr. Still, tho democratic parly might
havo mainte'ned its uscetideticy but for the
lack of a competent leader. Its first pro
gramme closed in the ecoud net of our na
tional history, now progrMtnmo becamo
necessary to engage its cnorgieTand am
bition. That progrntntno was Wanting.
Tho raco of statesmen hud boon succeeded
by n raco of trimming politicians, Incap
able to concclvo or discreetly to c.xeculo n
-wlso und far-reaching system of policy.
Tho necessity of progress ns tho condition
"toj party discipline, success nnd prestige,
wn n condition unknown tn their philos
ophy. So, too, thrtlossott that d'scjntent,
discussion und disaffection are tho evil pro
geny of innctlvo parties us well as idlo
camps. Of course, tho part oflhcsu pre
tenders was but n stereotype apl rehearsal
of tho immemorial record of their legion
iryjrototypc. For thertiLiioi, tiihuvo
been busy, bustling uml me'ddling de
clamatory, short-sighted nnd hiundorlng
prodigal of promises nnd protestations of
self-acrillcing devotion, would hnve been
for them not to bo themselves. They wero
all these. Tho story of their shifting ex
pedients und time-serving devices Is writ
ten in tho disupKinttnent und disasters
which pointed them. Superiority was of
fensive, candor dliUnlcTill to them, both
to bo treated us n crime and punished by
O'tracisin from tho party ; hence, nblcr men
than themselves, when not discredited by
them, wero bduitlied from its fold. Theirs
wns the region otflfio demagogues. They
nteof the forbidden fruit and ontifod their
followers to do otherwise. They unsealed
the Wmtitaln of Miter waters and strife,
nnd hatred dctngtd ti c land. Tlio slavery
question wus Opcnud Jiy the repeal of th'o
.Missouri compromise und tho substitution
of tho ICansas-Nobratkn uct. Thu slave
ry and freedom, slnc lnb(5r nnd frco labor,
Avcro brought face to fucu ns mortal com
batants. This was thu gauntlet of buttle
whicn nil tho great statesmen then parsed
nnd passing away had warned, against.
Jctl'crion deprecated it with gloomy fore
bodings. Clay hud sought to avert it by
trying to lead tho people of Kentucky to
initiate by examplo n' scheme of gradual
emancipation. Alus, however, tho dem
ocratic party was placed In h false posi
tion. Its pr.testat'on us n body availed
nothing. It was mnde rcsponsiblo for tho
removal of a legal barrier to tho spreaj of
slavery. Opportunity thus Hiid now tempt
ing, tho opponents of that party, incited
and led by exiles from its runks, caught
tho step of progress lost by It, and pressing
into their service the literature, and, lu
large part, tho schools and churches of the
country ns auxiliaries, directed their ad
vance to tile ultimatum of universal free
dom. The position of tho democratic party
was exposed to many disadvantages. l"t
deprived them of tho external sympathy
always accorded by nn enlightened uge as
the duo of a liberal purty. It isolated
them as a reactionary element opposing
tho march and order of civilization. It
put them or. tho defense lor undoing what
had been wisely nnd well dono. It left to
them no other part than to hold fast to
the past and to resist tho inevitable In
conformity with their interpretation of
tho federal polity, moy claimed lor the
whlto man thu right t m:il;e freedom or
slavery tho law of the now territories.
They insisted that slavery us a municipal
institution of individual states was extra
constitutional nnd inviolable by tho na
tional authority. They pleaded tho ex
scrinta as the character and limitation of
their authority. They predicted und
pointed to anurchy and vlolenco as tho
alternative to obedience to tlio constitu
tion. Tho republicans, on the other hand,
taking tholr stand upon tho Declaration
of Independence, argued that all men, ab
stractly, aro created freo and equal, and
that they she ild, in fact, be so; that this
was a law, univorsal und peremptory, ad
mitting of no lawful exceptions. Tlio con
test was long nnd dubious, but eventually,
nature nnd nature's law tho higher Inw
assorted its supremacy, and finished by tho
sword what hud been begun bv polemics.
SUvery fell here, sharing ihe fate that
had overtaken It In Franco und Englnnd
nnd thus history repeated Itself. Consid
ering tho disparity of thu oppoUni; forces.
tho result could hardly hnvo been other
wise, nor tho logical seiiueneo of tho udun-
tntion of tlio national co'i-titutinns to tho
now order of tilings.
Tho third act ot tho public h'story Uc
complishedj what is tuo duty devolved
by it upon tlio democratic patty? Is it
to ignore, tlio stupendous fact, tho noiso oj
which still fills tho world? Is it to go
backwnrd to slavery? Is it to stand
sullon nnd captiously nhjo;t? Or is it
to hasten forward to tho go tl of freedom ?
To state tho question is to tituwcr it.
There is hut one rational cmirso for
us tntmmio; that is. tonctlvoly and ener
getically givo our inlluciien and
co-operation for the purpose of develop
ing and consolidating tho now order of
things in harmony with the constitution
ns it is. Tills is "tho dletnto of proprie
ty nnd patriotism. Any other courso
would bo ns sensolcss ns criminal, must
ngtrrnvnto thojlleonso of usurpation, thu
evils of misrule, must b n unjust to
tho blackmail u3 unworthy nf tho white
man, No other course is a1 nil tnlorublo
This settled, tho next queulon i, what
policy may bo inndo must ollectual to this
ond by tho democracy? Should it ho n
dictatorial nnd leading one, ornsccundary
ond conciliatory one? Thl, ns u practi
cal question, muit bo ducidid in the
light of existing circumstances. If our
powor as n party was unbroken ; if it
was equal to tho new tank devolved, 1
should unhesitatingly say, apply It di
rectly under democratic auspices to tho
performance of it. 1 would, lu thut case,
do bo, because, then, our trust would bo In
oursolvcs, nnd wo would bo freo to
chooso own iiiitruiuouU und means,
lint as tlio case is otherwito; us wo aro
but a minority party, our courto, to bo
ctlectual, must he dlll'oront. Wo must strive
to accomplish by tho aid of tho liberal
republicans what wo tiro uniiblu to c licet
by oursolvcs. Wo must encourugo nnd
support tho incipient rovoll of thu liboral
republicans. Wu should, oven, co-opo-rato
vrith them in tho olection of nn hon
est nnd capable man of their number to
thu presidency, and in thu olection of
till of their candidates for office from
tho highest to tho lowest, In all the re
publican states and districts, asking only
in return tho reciprocal support by them,
of tho democratic candidates In tho demo
cratic states and districts. Thus would
nmlcublo nnd trustful relations ho ctab
llshed between them and us. Thus would
union and strongth succeed to discord und
weakness ninom? tho friends of L'ood gov
ernment. Thus would tlio exiTiitivu l"
restored to worthy hands, suppoited by n
constitution-abiding majority In congress,
Thus would tho ruigu ol iiespoiisin, nn
Lccility nnd shameless corruption bo .
brought to an ond, nnd the deoth knoll of 1
Imperialism nnd Imperialists struck. I
Ah i but it may bo answered by somo
honest, but porhnps ovcr-zcalous demo
crat, that this would be nn tin worthy com
promise of party prido nnd consistency j
that it would prevent that rally of tho de
mocracy ns a distinct nnd independent
organization, with tlio colors flying nnd
drums beatingipon tlio field of political
ghtdlKtlon j that it would prccludo their
nppearnnco In tlio political arena ns tho
nuspecntors of their own cnttso, nnd
W on by thulr own selected chiefs.
Orant it. Yet, 1 reply that pnrtlcs as
public Instrttmcntaltics nrir"'only legiti
mate when they uro capable capablo of
maintaining tho right nnd repressing tho
wrcng. When thoy ccaso to bo cflectual
for that purpose, they cease to bo useful.
That, us shown by its successive nnd mul
tiplied defeat", is tinfortunnloly thu prei
ent condition of tho democratic party.
Hence, It follows that, whnt of good its
members cannot do collectively, ns u pnr
ty, they, ns individuals, should assist oth-fVilil11"-
They tnny do this without
nbrtmJnnlng their organization or their
principles. Nnyl for nil this they tnny
preserve their organization to net
independently for tho public good
in moro favorable times. i'ro
vlding for the present, the future
will probably provide for Itself. Suf
ficient unto the day is evil thereof.
If we can save -Iho country bv nn net to
party ubaegarioyhu. result would ho
uviii' mo icasTipiuiEiuiosiU us or Valuable
ninl Btfitlmatoq.JbeU. Whatever the'
means to tho crttl--wTiethcr jajiiivoior
ncchlive. nclivd nr nnasivK ifjilu.v nr..
pormly1Mu In political warfa'rtf, they are
justifiaTjlo nrid eonYhicndatld. If "divide
nno. conquer, - or "a masterly inactivity,"
or both, nro or shonld'Hbcomo necessary
expedients in order tq'succcss, they should
bo promptly embraced. Tho transcend
ent inngnltttdo of tho stnUo demanded it.
liven ad in it ting that onu of tho conse-
quences would bo tho ro-corganizatio"n of
the democratic; party with its traditional
nnd characteristic devotion to constitu
tional government, quickened by the bet
ter impulses of republican energy nnd
progress or, oven, that n new party
thouid bo called into existence possessing
thiso virtues, would tho prico bo too dear
for the return? I think not. To say so
would bo to place the tirldu nf imrtv
above tho lovo of country: the means.
permissible in politics ns "in wnr. nhovo
tho end. Dkmus.
KALr.as .iv, i.
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Tie prizes of 1,000: Ten Prizes .: each
On ii mn of Matched llnrr , ttltli I'.unily
i"irriirn amiT Hirer mounted larness
?rln -....... jco
live Hore4 Hiiitnuu, with Silver-mounted
HnrneM, north coo
r ive Klno-toned Iioeood Pianos, worth,
2.i Pnmllr Hewing Machine, worth, each boo
'iiUMiold amlHilver Lever lluntlnir Watch-
r (In all), worth, each, from 20lo30
Ladlea' (iold l.eomlnn Chnin. Cent's (lold Vet
Uiialn, Holid ami DouUt-l'lated Silver Table
and Ttapoons, Photograph Almiin, Jeweliy.etc,
Whole nnmlier nn.Vi.u"). Tlcketa limited to
Agenta wanted to aeli Tickets tn whom 'hera;
premium will lx paid,
Sir kIo ticket tt; nx ticket $10 s twelve, nekefi
520; twentv-tive HO.
, Circular ronlalninK n full llt of rrlie,n de
scription of the manti'i of dranlOR, nnd other in
Icrnntmn In reference to tho distribution, wllllm
"cnttoany one ordering them. AMI letter must
head lrec id to I,. . HI.VK, Ilox Ml,- .
, . , . Cincinnati. O.
11 wettfcth t. novwdawrnv -
SIXTY-F1VE FIRST PRIZE
HAL TIMOR E
WM. KNAHK & CO.,
ORAM), SQUAltK ANIl UPRIOIIT
llALTlMOlti:, MARY LAN II.
Theso instrument h.no teen before thn public
for nearly thirty year, nnd upon llielr excellence
pronounce them uiiequaled 111
Oi)' All our Smnre fmim hnvo our new New Im
proved Overstrung Seulonrd tho Agraffe TnUe
KD- e woui.i ran peeini niiennon 10 our line
Patented Improvement in linM Pianhh and
u'..t. a,-f . d r.......l 1.. ..n n:..n
ijrlriK" the l liiuo nearer perfection tlian has yet
PIANO ITLLY WAP.UANTEI)
VI VK A K A RS,
llliistrnted C.itnlnKuenml Price List romptly
iiiruiniieu un iiipiiL'iiiiou 10
v.ir. KXAitr. .vt'o.,
Or any of our regular established agencies.
HIDES! FURS ! ! PELTS 1 ! !
Have opened a Hldo Btoru In Thornton' piock
Tenth street, where the hlflhest enh pnoo will
bo paid for Hides, Sheep Polls, Fur. nml Tnl
low. u'owi pay hlRhcr price thnu wna ever be
fore paid for tho snmo article m thin city.
Como and see u,
lltIIt.Nr.TT A COS
I. & E. GREENWALD.
Flour ond.anst Mills,
Tha "Ttipper' Piitsal first
MA01UNV.IlYfOlt OENKRAI. I'URl'OSKS,
This superb Hair Dye i the ir.T tvncWoain
Perfectly llnrmlcs, ItcliaUe and lnlhtiteous,
.No illaappolnlment. No ItldlculouaTInt or lln
Pleannt Odor. The irenultm W, A. Ilachelor'a
llnir Dyn produce! I.Vl.MKIH ATI'.I.Y a .lemlld
lllark or naluril Drown. Doe not Hinin it,n
Hktn, hut leave the llnlr Clean, Soft ami lleautl-
nil. Tlio only Hani mil rerrfct live.
Hold by all ilriiKulfH. Factory in ltond Street,
New York ianv2ldod.twlT
Happy relief Inryounjt men Irom Iho cfloctao
err i-i nnl alme In early lilo. Manhood re-
1 r. . I . Vrvnn. '.llity cured. Iainedfmcnti
to ni irn.ix renumd. New method of treat
ment. New nnd rcmiirkaUii remedie. Hooks
and c r nl 1-4 ont free. In eled envelope. Ail
'l'". '',JWAUI) ASSOCIATION. NO. 2 South
Mirth St.. Philadelphia.. Pa. ocUd.wlf
A victim of early in l.i-reiion, cautng nervous
debility, prciaaluro deej), etc., havln tried In
v.nn every advertised remedy, hai discovered
Implo mean of self-cure, which ho will send
free to hi fellow utlerer. J. It. Ueevcs, No, 78
Naait treel, New York. nujrilwly
its cure and its preventive
11 V DR. J. II. SCIIEXCK, M. D.
tSTTIIE CAVSr. AND Cl'Itr. OK C01U
PUMlTION. Tho prlmlfV causa of Coninmp
lion lsilcranBCmcntt(f tholl -.'stlvorsaii9. This
(Ji-rangcmcnt pni.ci 9ile'i.li ntiintrltloni;nilas-
Iml!utln.i. p.y -lir,ll.tici.i. Ii.v.i that proems
by which Iho niitrimout ol Hi foo.l s couv.rtwl
Into blood, nml thenco in'o tlio rol.dsof Ibo tiody.
Persons u Itli ill -cslloii thus toipalrcd, having Iho
slightest predisposition to pnlmonary dlsce, or
If they taka cold, will bo very HaVto.toJiivo Con
stimptlon of tho I.tinja In somo of Us forms ; and
1 hold that It will Im lmpnl(ilo,ttciiro nny caio
of Con.umpttou wltliontJlrsFrcstorlns n Rood
rtljostlon and healthy ttsslinnStlon, Tho very Crst
thin; to bj rtono Is lo.tliSfjL) tlio etomach and
bowels fwm'all dlsensctl'triucns and .llnio which
nro clojcdiig theso ortrm-i so'that they cannot pcrr
form their functlous.nnd then rouso np and re
storo tho liver lorrliphlthy anion. For this put
pose, tho rarest and best remedy Is SchcncfS
-Maudrako Pills. T!ie-io Pills clean Iho 'stomach t
and bowels of nil ti.u dead and morbid sllma that
isrnuslniftllscasoand decay In tho wholo system.
They . will clsar oat tlio liver of all diseased bilo
that has accuniul.tlnl there, and nroco It up ton
new and healthy action, by which natural and
healthy bllu Is secreted.
The stomach, bowels, and liver aro thus cleansed
by the use of Schenck's Jtaiulrako Pills j luttlp?ro
remains In tho etomach nn excess oftcld, the or
pin Is torpid and the nppctlto poor, lit tho bow
els, the lacteals aro weak, and icqnlrln strcsstli
and support, it Is lu n condition Uko Jbts that
Schonck's Seaweed Tonic proves to Jiojfhe t
valaablo remedy ever discovered, 'it f alkaline,
nnd Its use will neutralize all excess of acid, mak
ing tho stomach ewect and fr sh; It will rjlro
piirmancnt tone to this Important orjan, and cre
nto a Rood, hearty eppet t , and prvpara tho sys-,
tcm for tho nrst pnici of a !ood tlipesMon, nfifl
ultimately rajket.. '.!, heal. by, llvljvj Uood. Af
tcr this prcp.uatory tr ati.i . nt, west remains tr
cure most cases of Consumptloni tho frco an.l
persovcrln; nso of Schenck's llnionle Syrup.
Tha rulmonte Syrup nourishes tlio system, purl
Ccs tho blood, and Is readily absorbed Into thn
circulation, and thence dlstrlbntcd to tlio-tllscased "J1
lunja. There It ripens all morbid matters, nhcth- "
cr In tho form of abscesses or tubercles, and then
Assists Nature to expel all tho diseased matter la
tho form of frco expectoration, when onco It ri
pens. It Is then, by tho, great hcalln and purify
lnj properties nf Schenck's Pulmonis Syrup, i ..
that all ulcer and cavltlca nro healed up souud, V t
and my patient Is cured, Jr
Tho rrutlal thtii to lio done la tti.t-n Qon-'
snmptlon Is to cet up n boihI nppctlto nnd ft cm 7
J. .-, Umt th bttjr . Ill .'ni- III ftCtll All 0'
cet strong. If a person has dlseated liuii:, .1 ca
ity or aosccss mere, ino cavity cannot ileal, tlio
matter cannot ripen, 10 lone as tho system Is be
low par. vt nat n necessary to euro is a new or
der of tliln-H. a cood appetite, n pood nutrition,
tho l).lv to crow In lkh ami ectfat! then Ni.
turo Is helped, tho cavities will heal, tho matter
will ripen and bo thrown oft" In laipo quantities
and tho person repalu health and strength. Thli
is tne iruo onu ouiy piau to euro Ciinntimptlcn.
and If a person Is very had. If tl.o limp aro not
entirely destroyed, or even If oiui hitiir Is entirely
cone. If thcro fs non;li ilallly lel ill tho other
to heal un. thcro is hone.
1 havo seen many person cured, with only
sonnd U1112. Hvo and eulnv llfo ton mioil olil 1
This Is what Schenck's .Medicine will do to euro
Consumption, 'lliey win clean out Iho stomach,
sweeten and streiiKtlien It, pet up n pood diges
tion, and plvo Naturo tlio nr-.Wlniicc she need to
clear tlio system of all tho dlmnso that Is lu tho
luiitpi.whstuvcr tho form maybe.
U Is Important that, vthilu ulnr; r-chenck'
Medicines, care should bo cxercbedliot to taku
cold; keep ill-doors In cool mid damp weather:
nvohl uU'ht-nlr, nnd tuko nunlour exercise old
In a genial and warm sunshine.
I wish it distinctly understood that when I rc
Tommi'iid n mtivnt to be enteral tn tccird to tak
In? coldwhllo usltitf my inedi mo. I do so lorn
special reuoni. A man whu l.as but partially re
overed fnim tho UTocts i.f n had cold Is f-vr moro
ll.iblo to a reUpsn tli m one who has been entirely
cured, and It U precisely tho Fnnio In repard to
Consumption. Sj Ioii a tho hire nro not per
fectly healed, )u-t so htva Is thcro imminent dan
per nf a f.111 n tiirn of tho (license. Hence It is
that I so btreaiioinly caution pulmonary patients
azalutt cxposln ' tlienisc'lvcs to nn ntmu'phcru
that Is not pcnUl and pleasant. ("niUlimcd Con
siiinpllvcs' luii-'S n.o a mass of sores, which tho
least chanpo f nimnrphcro will luilame. Tho
praml secret of my mu'ess with my medicines
consists lu my anility to sHimno inuammaticn in
stead of provol,in ft. ns many ot thu (acuity do.
An Inilaineil lunir raniiot with safety to the na-
tlent l exposed to tho bltlnp blasts of w Inter 01
thu eliniliur 11I111U nf sprlnp or nuliinin. It
Should bO CircfilllV sllhM. ,1 f, ,,m nil IrHlilbi- lu.
Iliieucc. Tim 11I1110.L raniliiii liould I o observed
lu this 11.1rllc11l.1r. ns without Itmm.i hi.,i.ti.
mnstnuy clrcumstniices I4 nil luipos.lblllty.
Tho person should bo kept sun holenunoand
nutritious diet, and all tho mullcluc rnutlniied
until tho body has rest mil to It thu natural
quantity nf ilesli nnd slrviipili.
I was myself cured by this treatment of thu
worst kind of f.'onsiimplloii, nnd lmu lived In
:ct fit 11ml liearty tlu so iiitiny jears, with nnu
iinir mostly cone. I li.no rtirul thousand since.
and very many havo liccit cuuu h Un. triatuient
wiiom 1 navo never seen.
About tho 1st of October. I exuect to take r-os.
session of my new liulldlnp nt thu iiorthcnst cm.
tier of Sixth and Arch Streets, where 1 shall bj
pleascit to plvo advlco to all who may rcqtilio It
Full dlrecllnna nccoinpjny all my reuiedie, s
that a iersnn in any part of tlio world ran bo read
Uvcurcd by u ttrlU uhservnnra of thu ame,
.1. II. SCIIKXCK, M.l..
IIUJIX-IIITT A- EDSALL1
32 Lake-street, Chicago, Wholesale Agents
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
E10.HTH STRKKT, UKTWEKN WAS111NQT0N
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUES,
lias just received a full and splendid line ol
Dress trlmmlna. silk altnps, silk caloon, iiUl
ultra lnces, moss trliniiilnK, crocket butli.ns,
silk nnd velvet buttons, plush and Iriinuilnn vel
vet, hat nml bonnets, lino Uld plove. lailita' ami
chlldreus' shoos, and u full nnd eoni Icte sleek ul
Millinovy and Fnnoy Goods,
All of which heprnpcetoacllnt
VERY LOWesT I.IV1N0 CASH I'RII'ES,
SAVE TK0U11L1C AND EXPENSE.
Michael Powd will furnish Stave Factory Kind
ling nice, dry. nlrcdy-cut wood, lu nny pirt of
th city, for ll.M) ft wvKon load.
Here la u way to avo iuculculablo troubU In
your bouseliol J.
litave orders at McQauley'. drutt atore, or a4
drosA them to Mlclisel Uowd.lhiuuhiho po.